Monday Night at the Symphony

Fall 2023

Monday Night at the Symphony is your opportunity to enjoy the world’s greatest symphonic ensembles from the comfort of your own home. We select performances by favorite groups based in the United States and overseas. We seek out brand new recordings, as well as notable historic pieces led by
the legends of the twentieth century. Each Monday evening you will hear a major work by a giant of the classical repertoire mixed with shorter and often newer works, commissioned by the orchestra.

This fall, our selections include the New York Philharmonic, The Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Nashville Symphony. Europe is represented by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, and, for the first time, the Netherlands-based Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century.

4 Cleveland Orchestra
11 New York Philharmonic
18 Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
25 London Symphony Orchestra

2 Bavarian Radio Symphony
9 Academy of St Martin’s in the Fields
16 Baltimore Symphony
23 Boston Symphony
30 Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century

6 Philadelphia Orchestra
13 Bournemouth Symphony
20 Nashville Symphony
27 Montreal Symphony

Summer 2023

This quarter we will feature both European and US giants such as the world-renowned Berlin Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic, Baltimore Symphony, and the Boston Symphony, alongside elegant chamber groups like the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and the English Chamber Orchestra.

June 5 Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
June 12 Scottish Chamber Orchestra
June 19 Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
June 26 Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

July 3 Vienna Philharmonic
July 10 Seattle Symphony
July 17 Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
June 24 National Orchestra of France
June 31 Mahler Chamber Orchestra

August 7 San Francisco Symphony
August 14 Bamberg Symphony
August 21 English Chamber Orchestra
August 28 Boston Symphony

Spring 2023

This quarter we’ll hear from the Canadian ensemble Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra for the first time. Another first-time feature is the National Symphony, based in D.C. Less familiar European orchestras who will be featured are the Finnish Radio Symphony and the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra.


6 Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra
13 Dallas Symphony Orchestra
20 Philharmonia Orchestra
27 Spring Membership Drive


3 National Symphony Orchestra
10 Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra
17 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
24 Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra


1 St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
8 BBC Philharmonic
15 Los Angeles Philharmonic
22 Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
29 Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra

Every Monday evening, The Classical Station brings a concert to your home, highlighting recordings by some of the world’s greatest musical ensembles. Each week, a different orchestra is featured; we spotlight the best of US-based orchestras and European symphonies, musicians united by their continued pursuit of excellence and their reinterpretations of great classical works.